Sunday Supper At Sparrow

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Urban Harvest says
Urban Harvest joins culinary forces with restaurateur Monica Pope and a coterie of notable Houston chefs to host “Sunday Supper at Sparrow,” a multi-course dinner that features a bounty of ingredients sourced from select responsible local farms.

The chefs — all of whom support Urban Harvest’s philosophy of encouraging community, good nutrition and sustainability through organic gardening — have pledged to impress guests with sophisticated combinations that highlight and enhance the ingredients’ natural flavors.

Urban Harvest’s Youth Education Program, the beneficiary of the event, explores healthy nutrition, food systems, native habitats and ecosystems through activities implemented in Houston-area schools and community centers. Additionally, complementary culinary programs through affiliate school gardens promote edible education and fight childhood obesity. Although supported by after school grants, parent associations, community groups and local businesses, the initiative is subsidized mostly by the efforts of Urban Harvest staff and active volunteers.

The dinner is sponsored by EdibleHouston, an independently owned bi-monthly publication that celebrates local, sustainable and seasonal culinary traditions and innovations.

Contributing chefs:

* Mark Decker of Down House Houston
* Adam Doris of Pax Americana
* Ara Malekian of Harlem Rd Texas BBQ
* Dylan Murray of Benjy’s & Local Foods
* Chef Pedersen of Currant Kitchen
* Monica Pope of Sparrow Bar + Cookshop
* Randy Rucker of Bramble
* Justin Yu of Oxheart Restaurant

Participating vendors:

* Atkinson Farms
* Honeychild's Sweet Creams
* Pat Greer's Raw, Vegan Kitchen, yaya's RAW Rah
* Plant It Forward Farms
* Sustainable Harvesters
* Tavola pasta
* Tejas Heritage Farm

Location: Sparrow Bar + Cookshop
Address: 3701 Travis St., Houston, TX 77002
Date: November 8, 5 pm
Ticket information: Individual tickets start at $175, with tables and sponsorship opportunities beginning at $2,500.
Dress: Sunday casual.
Tickets will go on sale Sept. 23: http://urbanharvest.org/events
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By: Urban Harvest

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